Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation : Concepts and Prototype

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

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Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation : Concepts and Prototype. / Kindler, Ekkart.

BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. New York : ACM, 2011. p. 41-48.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

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Kindler, E 2011, 'Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation: Concepts and Prototype'. in BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. ACM, New York, pp. 41-48., 10.1145/1993956.1993962

APA

Kindler, E. (2011). Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation: Concepts and Prototype. In BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. (pp. 41-48). New York: ACM. 10.1145/1993956.1993962

CBE

Kindler E. 2011. Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation: Concepts and Prototype. In BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. New York: ACM. pp. 41-48. Available from: 10.1145/1993956.1993962

MLA

Kindler, Ekkart "Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation: Concepts and Prototype". BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. New York: ACM. 2011. 41-48. Available: 10.1145/1993956.1993962

Vancouver

Kindler E. Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation: Concepts and Prototype. In BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. New York: ACM. 2011. p. 41-48. Available from: 10.1145/1993956.1993962

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Kindler, Ekkart / Integrating Behaviour in Software Models: An Event Coordination Notation : Concepts and Prototype.

BM-FA '11 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Behavioural Modelling. New York : ACM, 2011. p. 41-48.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

Bibtex

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